Healthcare information and support for the UK's armed forces community, including serving personnel, reservists, families and veterans.

NHS veterans’ mental health transition, intervention and liaison service

Improved NHS veterans’ mental health services now available

The veterans’ mental health transition, intervention and liaison service provides a range of treatment and support services.
NHS veterans

Priority treatment for veterans

When servicemen and women leave the armed forces, their healthcare is the responsibility of the NHS.
NHS UK veterans

Helping personnel return to duty or to civilian life

The Defence Recovery Capability is an initiative led by the Ministry of Defence.
NHS London veterans

Finding a GP, dentist and other NHS services

Leaving the armed forces can be a stressful time for the serving individual, as well as their family.

Nigel’s story

Nigel Berry joined the Coldstream Guards at the age of 18 and loved the work, guarding HM The Queen, trooping the colour and travelling around the world on training exercises.

Jane’s story

Supporting my man through PTSD.

Kevin's story

I joined the Army in July 1987, entering The Honourable Artillery Company, which is aligned to the customs, dress and traditions of the Grenadier Guards.

Developing mental health services for veterans

NHS England has published a report into the findings from an engagement on NHS veterans’ mental health services.